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religions Recognize the synthesis of various traditions and understand the beliefs and practices within major faiths Recognize the origin and potential for misunderstandings and conf licts that appear to be inherent among many of the world s religions Analyze how different religious backgrounds affect our various values beliefs judgments and actions Examine the manner in which religious beliefs are expressed through ceremony food clothing art architecture etc Utilize definitions photos

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College Objectives Understand and apply the properties of the real numbers order and absolute value Understand and apply the basic operations and properties including applications Solve and apply basic linear equations Solve and apply ratio proportion and variation Understand and apply exponents and scientific notation Understand and apply the Cartesian coordinate system and basic graphing Understand and apply linear equations and their slope Understand and apply linear functions and their applications Understand and apply basic quadratic functions Understand and apply basic exponential functions Understand and apply 2X2 systems of equations Understand and apply basic rules of place value arithmetic including expanded notation Understand and apply conversion between numeration bases Understand and apply basic principles of time value of money including compound interest Understand and apply basic definitions of points lines planes angles curves polygons and circles Understand and apply formulas for perimeter area and circumference Understand and apply formulas for volume and surface areas of common space figures Understand and apply trigonometry for acute angles Solve basic right triangles Apply basic right angle trigonometry nderstand and apply the law of sines Understand and apply counting techniques including systematic listing fundamental counting principle and basic formulas for permutations and combinations Apply

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functions and linear models Evaluate and apply systems of linear equations Explain how to perform matrix algebra Analyze and interpret real life data using matrices Evaluate probabilities using basic probability concepts Determine outcomes using permutations and combinations Analyze and predict probabilities using advanced probability and statistics PreRequisites None Textbook s Finite mathematics Rev 10 Publisher Pearson Learning 2012 Author Lial M L Greenwell R N Ritchey N P ISBN 978

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Develop familiarity with biological rhythms and their effects on human functioning Explain how genes evolution and the environment influence human behaviors and cognitions Analyze human development over the life span Compare and contrast the various ways in which humans learn tand how human emotions influence our behaviors and cognitions Explain cognitive functions such as those related to attention and memory Analyze theories of language development and compare theories of intelligence

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applying these perspectives appropriately Explain the elements of a culture and how culture is different from society Explain the seven steps of the scientific research process and identify appropriate research procedures in an experiment or an article describing research Explain the relationships between social structure social stratification and the consequences of social status List at least four universal social institutions and describe the characteristics of each Describe how inequality and

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movement and landscape Evaluate the role and impact globalization has on environmental cultural spatial and geopolitical issues within the three tiers of the world system Evaluate sustainability as an approach to addressing global social problems Investigate past and current economic relationships patterns and issues within the three tiers of the world system Determine how place and space shape culture and conversely how culture shapes place and space PreRequisites None Textbook

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the way in which one has been making ethical decisions Determine an intentional deliberate coherent integrated way of making ethical decisions Discuss classical ethical theories Elaborate on how the Christian religion may influence making ethical decisions Develop a broader basis for thinking ethically about current issues PreRequisites None Textbook s Moral issues and Christian responses Rev 8 Publisher Fortress Press 01 02 2013 Author Jung L S Jung P B

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HUM 1010 Description Introduces students to various strategies for learning and other skills that are often overlooked when planning for college Objectives Define the elements of success in online education Identify barriers to online learning Describe the different learning styles and environments Apply critical learning skills Identify communication and technical skills Identify available resources at Waldorf College PreRequisites None Textbook s E learning companion A student s guide to online

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